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System Number: 11995
Date: 16 April 1878
Author: James Anderson Rose[1]
Place: London
Recipient: Walker Martineau and Co.[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: PD/Ms


1877. - [W]. - NO. 818

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Queens Bench DIVISION.
Whistler V. Ruskin[3]

TAKE NOTICE THAT THE Plaintiff HEREBY REQUIRE[s] YOU TO PRODUCE AND SHEW TO THE COURT AND JURY ON THE TRIAL OF THIS ACTION ALL BOOKS, PAPERS, LETTERS, COPIES OF LETTERS, AND ALL WRITINGS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN YOUR CUSTODY, POSSESSION OR POWER, CONTAINING ANY ENTRY, MEMORANDUM OR MINUTE RELATING TO THE MATTERS IN QUESTION IN THE SAID ACTION, AND PARTICULARLY all Books containing entries of names or addresses of Subscribers to "Fors Clavigera"[4] - Also plaintiffs Notice to admit in this Action

DATED THIS Sixteenth DAY OF April ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-eight

YOURS, &C.,

J Anderson Rose

SOLICITOR FOR THE Plaintiff
11 Salisbury Street
Strand

TO Messrs Walker Martineau & Co
SOLICITORs FOR THE Defendant

(Plt's)

[p. 2] In the High Court of Justice
Queens Bench Division

Whistler - v - Ruskin

Copy
Plaintiff's Notice to produce. -
No. 3

J. Anderson Rose
11 Salisbury Street
Strand
Plaintiff's Solicitor

[p. 3] 1877. - W. - No. 818

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.
Queens Bench DIVISION.
Whistler V. Ruskin

TAKE NOTICE THAT THE Plaintiff IN THIS ACTION PROPOSES TO ADDUCE IN EVIDENCE THE SEVERAL DOCUMENTS HEREUNDER SPECIFIED, AND THAT THE SAME MAY BE INSPECTED BY THE [space left blank] His SOLICITORs OR AGENTs, AT my Offices No. 11 Salisbury Street Strand in the County of Middlesex ON WednesDAY, THE Seventeenth DAY OF April 1878 - BETWEEN THE HOURS OF ten AND twelve IN THE fore NOON, AND THE Defendant is HEREBY REQUIRED, WITHIN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS FROM THE LAST MENTIONED HOUR, TO ADMIT THAT SUCH OF THE SAID DOCUMENTS AS ARE SPECIFIED TO BE ORIGINALS WERE RESPECTIVELY WRITTEN, SIGNED OR EXECUTED AS THEY PURPORT RESPECTIVELY TO HAVE BEEN; THAT SUCH AS ARE SPECIFIED AS COPIES ARE TRUE COPIES; AND SUCH DOCUMENTS AS ARE STATED TO HAVE BEEN SERVED, SENT OR DELIVERED, WERE SO SERVED, SENT OR DELIVERED RESPECTIVELY; SAVING ALL JUST EXCEPTIONS TO THE ADMISSIBILITY OF ALL SUCH DOCUMENTS AS EVIDENCE IN THIS ACTION.

DATED THIS Sixteenth DAY OF April ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-eight.

J Anderson Rose

Solicitor FOR THE Plaintiff
11 Salisbury Street Strand

TO Messrs Walker Martineau & Co
Solicitors FOR THE Defendant

ORIGINALS.

DESCRIPTION OF DOCUMENTS. DATE.
   
COPIES.
DESCRIPTION OF DOCUMENTS. DATE. ORIGINAL OR DUPLICATE SERVED, SENT OR DELIVERED, WHEN, HOW, AND BY WHOM.
The "Academy[5]" Newspaper 21st July 1877  
The "Athenaeum"     " 21 July 1877  
The "Architect"     " 14 July 1877  
The "Architect"     " 26 January 1878  
The "World"       " 18 July 1877  
The "World"       " 29 August 1877  
The ["]Daily News"      " 21 July 1877  
Fors Clavigera Number for July 1877  
Plaintiffs Notice to produce in this Action 16 April 1878 Served by Clerk to plaintiff['s] Solicitor on date.

 

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Notes:

1.  James Anderson Rose
James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more].

2.  Walker Martineau and Company
Solicitors for John Ruskin (1819-1900), critic, social reformer and artist [more].

3.  Ruskin
The case of Whistler v. Ruskin was heard at the Queen's Bench of the High Court on 25-26 November 1878.

4.  Fors Clavigera
Ruskin, John, 'Letter the Seventy-ninth' Fors Clavigera, 2 July 1877, pp. 181-213.

5.  Academy
Newspapers that referred to Ruskin's criticism of JW's work at 1st Summer Exhibition, Grosvenor Gallery, London, 1877. Other versions of this list may be found at #11993 and #12064.